Band end two year world tour…
jason gregory
13:16 28th August 2007

The Rolling Stones concluded their two year world tour in London on Sunday (August 26th) with guitarist Ronnie Wood stating that they’ll “never stop” touring.

Despite ongoing speculation that the band’s performance at the O2 Arena – formerly the Millennium Dome – would be their final curtain call, the band are remaining defiant.

Wood told the Sun: “We need a rest but of course we will tour again. We’ll never stop!”

The Bigger Bang tour began in Boston, America on August 21st 2005 and has since become one of the most successful tours in history.

The band’s North American shows alone grossed over $300 million with 2.2 million American’s turning out to watch the performances.

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